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[The beginning of Emil Kraepelin's classification of psychoses. A historical-methodological reflection on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his "Heidelberg Address" 27 November 1898 on
  • F. Kohl
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychiatrische Praxis
  • 1 May 1999
Emil Kraepelin's (1856-1926) famous lecture "Zur Diagnose und Prognose der Dementia praecox" was held in Heidelberg 100 years ago on 27. November 1889. In this lecture Kraepelin suggested for theExpand
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[Bernhard von Gudden (1824-1886)--institutional psychiatrist, brain anatomist and influential university teacher].
  • F. Kohl
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychiatrische Praxis
  • 1 July 1994
Nowadays B. v. Gudden is primary known as psychiatrist of the dream-king Ludwig II.; nevertheless he was not only a doctor of the top people, but one of the great clinicians, neuropathologists andExpand
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[The pharyngeal anxiety syndrome: globus perception and pharyngeal sensations as an oligosymptomatic abortive form of an anxiety disorder? Nosologic, diagnostic and therapeutic aspects, illustrated
  • F. Kohl
  • Medicine
  • Psychiatrische Praxis
  • 1 September 1998
Since the introduction of the modern psychiatric diagnosis systems anxiety disorders have been intensively discussed. As clinical subtypes in panic disorder the cardial type and the vestibular typeExpand
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[Wagner von Jauregg and development of malaria therapy].
  • F. Kohl
  • Medicine
  • Psychiatrische Praxis
  • 1 July 1993
In this history of psychiatric therapy the progressive paralysis deserves special interest: for the first time an organic psychosis was treatable successfully by a procedure found by scientificExpand
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[A pharmaceutical of the century will be 100. A historical vignette on the introduction of acetylsalicylic acid to the market in 1899].
  • F. Kohl
  • Medicine
  • Schmerz
  • 15 October 1999
This article describes the historic roots of acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) from the first experiments at 1800 until the introduction into the pharmaceutical market in 1899. In 1869, Hermann KolbeExpand
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["Agoraphobia--place anxiety/place fear--place-related vertigo". The classical description of place anxiety by Carl Westphal and Emil Cordes and its significance for the history of the concept and
  • F. Kohl
  • Medicine
  • Psychiatrische Praxis
  • 2001
We discuss the history of "agoraphobia" and related descriptions as the "Platzangst" from M. Benedikt and the artile of E. Cordes, who used the same title "agoraphobia" as Westphals original paper.Expand
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[The "Illenau Psychiatric School"--on the significance of the "model institution" as an educational site].
  • F. Kohl
  • Medicine
  • Psychiatrische Praxis
  • 1997
The great importance of the "illenau", the so-called "first model asylum of the Germans" (letter) has been increasingly appreciated in recent years. This article describes the "illenau" especially asExpand
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[Philippe Pinel and the legendary "chain liberation" in the Bicêtre (1793) and Salpêtrìere (1793) Paris hospitals. I: Pinel's personality and previous reform attempts].
  • F. Kohl
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychiatrische Praxis
  • 1996
Philippe Pinel is generally regarded as the leading con-founder of scientific psychiatry. His "chain liberation" of the insane is in this context often seen as breakbrough to an human conception ofExpand
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